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Hi all, Just recently graduated from college and found the game of golf in March of 2012. Came across the forums last year and finally decided to join up. I look forward to getting to know everyone, and please help me with my golf game!
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Where at in northern VA new to the area I am in Richmond Glen Allen area. Just picked up playing golf a few months ago and I have the "fever" looking for someone to play with.

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Originally Posted by gimpie

Hi all,

Just recently graduated from college and found the game of golf in March of 2012. Came across the forums last year and finally decided to join up.

I look forward to getting to know everyone, and please help me with my golf game!

Greetings, I started playing, well, with the idea of actually learning to play, in 2010. Before that it was an excuse to hang out with friends and drink beer once a year. So, my advice might just be the "blind leading the blind". So, take this as informantion from whence it comes - a novice. Nonetheless, I learned the following. Get a lesson or lessons. BUT. I have also learned that eventually, it is your swing. I have found that I have to "understand" what a pro teaches me in a lesson. He may say, I want you to do such and such. If I know why? I find it helps. So, being of technical bent, I also think you must know basic swing fundamentals and "how the body works" to make a good swing. Translation - read about the swing. Occassionally, I find that my swing is good (i.e.the ball flight is what I want) without thinking about it - that is fun.

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Welcome. There are plenty of people on here from the DC metro area.

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Hey there and welcome to the game and the forum! Just joined this month based on several great references so I figured I should check it out. So far I like all the different categories of discussion and there is a ton of valuable information on this site for someone just getting to know the game. If you have any particular questions, feel free to shoot them across to this long-time heavily trained golfer!

Cheers!

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Playing golf for only a year and already down to an 18 handicap, awesome. Welcome.

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